What is Modular Construction?
Unlike manufactured homes that are built to HUD Code, modular structures are built to the same building codes and requirements as other forms of construction, such as IBC or IRC. Modules are built in a controlled environment using high quality materials. Modules are inspected multiple times by state-authorized inspectors at the building facility and approved before they are transported to the job site. Once they arrive, modules are assembled on site according to the local and state code requirements. A qualified construction management team then finishes the building and turns over a completed project.
- Delivery method improves completion timeline by 50%
- Plant inspection processes ensure unrivaled quality and control vs. site construction
- Predictable schedule due to off-site construction
- The chance of injuries on the job site is greatly reduced
- Shorter, more precise timelines leads greater price predicability.
- Off-site construction is concurrent with site prep.
- Collaborative QA/QC process establishes higher quality thoughout the process all the way to the site
- The collaborative QAQC process will focus attention on those details that you deem important.
- Review the building or home commissioning process together to ensure “no to low” warranty issues on year 1 and onward.
- Building in a climate-controlled environment reduces potential moisture issues.
- The use of tables and jigs for walls, ceilings, and floor systems guarantee consistency of the home construction
- Multiple inspections throughout the entire in-process to the site inspection drive consistency for the team.
- Less than three percent scrap means less material going to landfills and increases overall product value
- Tighter construction means improved energy efficiency and lower utility bills for the user
- Minimal job site disruption means less traffic and about 70% less labor on the site
- LEED Platinum, Gold, and Silver Certification Capable
- ISO-14000 Capable